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plz help i have a BSoD - DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL


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i have recovery cd, i don't know wat recovery partition is
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You can use Recovery CD, but you must be aware, all data will be lost.
You may want to save your data by slaving your HD in another computer: http://www.dtidata.c...ave-hard-drive/
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what if i don't want to save my data. i don't mind losing all my data. is it ok to erase all data and start new?
i've saved all the files i need already
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Absolutely. Boot from Recovery CD, and follow on-screen instructions.
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ok i used the recovery cd, everything is working fine now
thank you so much for your help and time!!
thanks again
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actually hold that....i suddenly got the blue screen again...the recovery CD didn't work.
now what do i do? plz help again..sorry
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Wait. Did you get BSOD after you were done with Recovery CD, all reinstalled?
What does BSOD say? At what point did you get it? What were you doing?
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yeah i got the BSOD after i had reinstalled using the recovery cd, i was using the net and it suddenly switched to the
blue screen.
the BSOD says exactly what it said before.
i got it a few hours after surfing the net.. i was checking my mail.
should i test my ram again..maybe for longer?
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You did 8 passes, and RAM seemed to be OK.
I'd test HD, next: http://www.tacktech....ay.cfm?ttid=287
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i think i have a seagate drive but i'm not too sure which one to download. should i download the seagate windows scanner?
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SeaTools for Windows
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ok i did my scan.. came out successful
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Does the blue screen error happen every time, you start the computer?
Does it happen, when you start it in Safe Mode?
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There is a conflict with your Intel wireless adaptor, or the driver for the wireless adaptor.
Intel is aware of this issue.
Remove the wireless adaptor so you do not get a stop error, and then go to Intels web site, download the latest driver, and look for their solution.

Edited by hfcg, 04 December 2008 - 12:35 AM.

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You can start here http://www.intel.com...b/cs-025283.htm
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